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    • Backup Exec 15: It’s Time To Upgrade Backup Exec 15: It’s Time To Upgrade Barnaby Wood, EMEA Go-To-Market Lead, Backup Exec Recorded: Apr 22 2015 9:00 am UTC 45 mins
    • Changing IT needs and complex infrastructures require flexible and dynamic solutions to help you transition your environment. The release of Symantec™ Backup Exec 15 is the perfect time for you to review your backup and recovery infrastructure to meet these changing demands. Whether you are an existing Backup Exec customer or not, now is the time to upgrade to a reliable choice; the leading-edge offering for virtual, physical and cloud platforms.

      Join us to understand how Backup Exec 15 provides the flexibility to protect confidently whatever your platform, technology or application need. Delivering the power to protect your information faster, restore what you need when you need it and the ease the time and burden of “doing backup.

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    • Addressing the Gaps in Endpoint Backup Strategy for Global Organizations Addressing the Gaps in Endpoint Backup Strategy for Global Organizations Seyi Verma, Druva Product Marketing Recorded: Jun 11 2015 5:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Multi-national businesses must have an endpoint backup strategy that goes beyond simple laptop backup and restore capabilities. Organizations with employees in different regions, under different legal jurisdictions, face more complex and complicated challenges to manage and secure data while enabling user productivity. Policies for privacy, security and governance and flexible assignment of regional data storage access are but a couple of unique needs of enterprises that span borders. Join Druva to learn best practices around rolling out a global endpoint backup strategy. Uncover critical points to consider as well as hints and tips to successfully protect laptop and mobile device data using global policy.

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    • The Business Case for Investing in Cloud Backup Now The Business Case for Investing in Cloud Backup Now Ritchie Fiddes, Executive Vice President Marketing, Backup Technology Limited Recorded: Mar 22 2012 6:00 pm UTC 48 mins
    • A disaster can strike at any time. A company that does not have a sound contingency in place can be exposed to prolonged downtime, causing loss of revenue and irreversible damage to its reputation. And as companies cope with the growing amount of corporate information being generated every day, they face a daunting truth: without their data, they have no business. That’s why it’s so critical to now have a modern and dependable system in place to safeguard valuable business information. Over the last decade, cloud backup, recovery and restore (BURR) options have emerged as secure, cost-effective and reliable solutions.

      A cloud backup, recovery and restore solution takes advantage of your existing infrastructure, so you don’t need to buy or install expensive equipment. Cloud backup software integrates with IT environments to locate and prioritize files for backup, and then securely transmits encrypted copies of those files to offsite data centers. This results in a lower total cost of ownership compared to the purchase and maintenance of complex tape backup systems.

      According to International Data Corporation (IDC), the volume of data worldwide is expected to increase 50 times by 2020. However, many organizations are experiencing a high level of data growth today as they struggle to keep up with the rise in data volumes. Businesses today must identify much better approaches to data management, retention, storage, sharing, access and security in order to effectively deal with this growth.
      Join us as we discuss how an automated, secure cloud backup solution can remove the burden of managing the complex and error-prone data protection process. During this session we will review the trends and challenges in cloud-based data protection; continuous backup and recovery for various servers, laptops, mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones; and how to mitigate costs and risk.

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    • Rethinking Remote Office Backup Rethinking Remote Office Backup Nick Kotterman, Product Marketing Recorded: May 6 2015 5:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Remote office backup presents numerous challenges, including ever-increasing data volumes, network bandwidth constraints, overtaxed IT administrators and complicated, time-consuming backup processes. Compounding all this is a reliance on older technologies that are inefficient and costly. And the more sites your organization has, the challenges multiply.

      It's time for businesses to rethink remote office backup; one that meets data and regulatory retention requirements, is easy to deploy and maintain, and is secure and cost effective. Its time to look to the cloud.

      Join backup experts Druva to learn how remote office server backup has evolved. Discover how the cloud offers a new, and in most cases, a better approach. In this session you’ll learn:
      - How the latest advancements in cloud storage technology scale globally for enterprises of all sizes
      - Why advances in cloud security models are addressing stringent global security and data privacy issues, including data residency requirements and more
      - How an 'infinite data snapshot model' combined with cost-optimized flexible retention eliminates traditional vendor restrictions.

      Hear real-life use cases of how others are leveraging the cloud for remote server backup. Live Q&A will follow to answer your specific questions.

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